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Regardsing sand... although I've been growing aquatic plants for
a very long time, I really don't think I've learned much over the
years except how to recognize a plant so far gone you probably can't
get it to come back when you get it home.
If you look at
This is a 40L that was set up with nails ans steel wool
covered with an inch of manure, then 3" of unwashed sand then 2 " of washed
sand. Normal water changes and I never had to fertilize it in the year it
was running... I had to tear it down when we remodeled and will set it up again
The laceplant leaves were about 2-3' long and 4-6" wide.
The recipe given above has been in fairly widespread use around Ontario
for 30 years I know of.
Richard J. Sexton richard at aquaria_net
Maitland House, Bannockburn, Ontario, Canada, K0K 1Y0 +1 (613) 473 1719